Dr. Marc Stauch
Dr. Stauch hält die Vorlesung Academic Writing.
|since 2008||Research Fellow at the Center for the Philosophy and Ethics of Science (Research Group: Medical Law und Bioethics).|
|until 2008||Lecturer/Researcher at the Centre of British Studies, Humboldt University, Berlin|
|1993 - 2003||Lecturer of Law in England, at Nottingham Trent University and the University of Leicester|
|1993||Admission by the Law Society as a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of England and Wales|
|2009||Received a Doctorate (Dr. jur.) from the University of Goettingen for his dissertation on medical negligence law in England and Germany.|
|1993||Awarding of M.A. (Oxon.) by Oxford
|1989 - 1991||Studies of Law at the London Guildhall University|
|1986 - 1989||Studies of Politics, Philosophy, and Economics at the University of Oxford (Keble College)|
Main areas of research
Medical Law and Bioethics, Law of Obligations, Jurisprudence and Comparative Law
English for Law (The English Law of Obligations)
Legal Academic Writing
Stauch, M. (2008): The Law of Medical Negligence in England and Germany – a Comparative Analysis, Oxford: Hart Publishing (ISBN 978-1-84113-646-2) (publisher’s info page: click here).
Stauch, M. & Wheat, K. with Tingle, J. (2006): Text, Cases and Materials on Medical Law, Abingdon: Routledge-Cavendish, Third edition (ISBN 978-1-85941-934-2) (publisher’s info page: click here).
Articles and Commentaries
(2011) "Patient Safety and Clinical Risk Management in Germany", in Tingle, J. and Bark, P. (eds) Patient Safety, Law Policy and Practice, Abingdon: Routledge.
(2010): "Die Pflichten eines Krankenhauses nach Art. 2 der
Europäischen Menschenrechtskonvention, den Suizid eines Patienten zu
verhindern (Entscheidung des englischen House of Lords vom 10. Dezember
2008)" Zeitschrift für Europäisches Privatrecht 18: 680.
(2009): “’Material Contribution’ as a Response to Causal Uncertainty: Time for a Rethink”, Cambridge Law Journal 68: 27.
(2005): “Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide in German Law”, Contemporary Issues in Law 7: 301.
(2005): “Approaches to Fault in German Tort Law”, Torts Law Journal 13: 242.
(2005): “Causation and Confusion with regard to Non-Disclosure of Medical Risks: Chester v Afshar”, Nottingham Law Journal 14: 66.
(2002) "The Legal Issues Arising from Re B (Adult: Refusal of Medical Treatment)", Journal of Medical Ethics 28: 232.
(2001): "Risk and Remoteness of Damage in Negligence", Modern Law Review 64: 191.
(2001): "Pregnancy and the Human Rights Act 1998" in Garwood-Gowers, A. & Tingle, J. (eds) Healthcare law: the impact of the Human Rights Act 1998, London: Cavendish Publishing.
(2000): “Causal Authorship and the Equality Principle: a Defence of the Acts/Omissions Distinction in Euthanasia" Journal of Medical Ethics 26: 237.
(2000) " Taking the Consequences for Failure to Warn of Medical Risks: Chappel v Hart", Modern Law Review 63: 261 (cited by the House of Lords in Chester v Afshar  UKHL 41).
(1999): "Is there a Common Law Duty to Disclose Genetic Information?", Jahrbuch für Recht und Ethik 7: 209, Berlin: Duncker & Humblot.
(1997): "Causation, Risk and Loss of Chance in Medical Negligence", Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 17: 205 (cited by the High Court of Australia in Chappel v Hart (1998) 72 ALJR 1344 and Naxakis v Western General Hospital  HCA 22).
(1997): "Court-Authorised Caesarian Sections and the Principle of Patient Autonomy: Re MB (an Adult: Medical Treatment)", Nottingham Law Journal 6: 74.
(1995): "Rationality and the Refusal of Medical Treatment: a Critique of the Recent Approach of the English Courts", Journal of Medical Ethics 21: 162.